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I've had both. RE may betwice the price of AO but they are more than twice the quality. My AO ones had slack joints and poor enamel, the RE ones seem much more robust and better built.I have a pair of blue flash RE Concorde aviators if anyone is looking to buy - PM me!
Selfie-time? More like shavie time.
I seem to remember seeing a picture of Sinatra wearing a light blue tweedy jacket with double patch chest pockets. I don't think it was a suit.
There's a very long thread entitled 'mod to suedehead' on the Streetwear and denim side which might be of interest to you. I always remember them as Doc Martens, but they had a heel tag embroidered 'with air-wair bouncing sole'. I'm not sure if 'air wear' / 'air wair' was a Doc Marten trade mark or if they licensed the soles from another manufacturer. I'm pretty sure you could get other brands than Doc Martens with either an air wair sole or something very similar, like...
I'm sure this will be seen as SF heresy by many, but since you asked, my OPINION is whatever you get, don't get that three button jacket pressed to two again. It's a sure fire way to guarantee a young fella like you will look like an old man. Either get a natural two button jacket or a three button with some roll. My $0.02!
I like Sander's pic too, but seeing it I feel a craving for some colour. Even just a dark blue or navy tie instead of black might satisfy that craving. I bought a black grenadine and I'm happy to have it for funerals but if I'm ever even tempted to reach for it I see all the other colorful ties hanging next to it and think - 'nah, not today!'
Business communication?I hope there'll be lots of mentions of out of the box, blue sky thinking as you step up to the plate and reach out to all your circle in order to keep them in the loop about the latest initiatives from upper level management.
Tommy Hilfiger ism a clothes designer, I wouldn't trust his watch making skills. Buy a watch made by someone who makes a living making watches, not designing clothes. If you're not ready to drop big bucks on a Rolex or IWC, there's a great 'poor man's watch thread' which discusses more moderately priced watches. Plenty of good avice and info there.
It's an awful affectation off his, those giant tie knots. Hard to explain why he would feel the need to make such an obvious grab for attention but the end result is gruesome.
Michael is spot on here. Clags this is a a habit of yours which really lets your otherwise excellent style down IMO, regardless of how nonchalant you claim to be about the results. You spend all that time, money and attention to get your suits and jackets made bespoke, but you can't afford the time, money and effort to get your ties shortened? I'm not buying it.
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